Composition Licence: Traditional, arr. first published between 1829 and 1834. This MP3 (or other media file) is in the public domain because its copyright has expired. This applies to the United States, where Works published prior to 1978 were copyright protected for a maximum of 75 years. See Circular 1 "COPYRIGHT BASICS" from the U.S. Copyright Office. Works published before 1924 are now in the public domain. This file is also in the public domain in countries that figure copyright... Topics: United States Air Force Band, Traditional. blackface, American folk song
byPercy Weinrich (composer); Joseph Lechnyr (arranger); UVM Band (performers)
For eighty years, the University of Vermont's Kake Walk was the hallmark social event of the annual Winter Carnival. The competition featured fraternity brothers in blackface and kinky wings performing highly stylized choreographed dances to the signature musical piece "Cotton Babes." Kake Walk was eliminated in 1969. All Kake Walkers choreographed their high-stepping dances to the beat of this instrumental piece, which was performed live by the UVM band during the Walk. The... Topics: cakewalk, blackface, minstrelsy, fraternities, Vermont, UVM, Kake Walk
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Emmett, Daniel Decatur, 1815-1904, Dixie, Blackface entertainers Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=1-0PAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
I found this little gem of history on a DVD found in the garbage on a dumpster diving expedition. It also contained a Castle Films Banned cartoon. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Banned commercials, Blackface, World War II, War Bonds, Commercials
Episode 10! This week we talk exclusively about how absolutely absurd the entire Rachel Dolezal case has been, from start to where we left off at the time of recording. Things evolved quickly and we're still confused by this woman! Topics: botm, bottom of the mainstream, rachel dolezal, blackface, racism, race relations, social media,...
Scans of original documents related to research into relationship between blackface minstrelsy and early American commercial animation. Topics: blackface, minstrel, vaudeville, Bert Williams, Ida Walker, George F. Walker, Jim Crow, Zip Coon
Are you easily offended? Then you shouldn't watch "Whiteface," the most daring social experiment ever to be conceived after 10pm. Get ready to turn stereotypes on their heads. Topics: Funny or Die Video Archive, Blackface, Experiment, Get Ready, Ghandi, Jessie Gaskell, Offensive,...
byRoland S. Martin, NuVision Media Inc., NewsOne Now
Anton Gunn from the Department of Health and Human services breaks down what what you need to know about the Affordable Care Act. Gunn explains the process of signing up for healthcare and how it can impact your and/or your family. Attorney Benjamin Crump joins Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to give the latest developments in the Kendrick Johnson death investigation. 15 minutes of surveillance video was released proving that Johnson was not alone prior to his death and a judge is expected to rule... Topics: roland martin, news one now, anton gunn, hhs, benjamin crump, kendrick johnson, megachurch,...
An episode of "The Fred Waring Show". This variety show is a mixed bag. The highlight is the fun and entertaining "Autumn in New York" sequence (sadly with some sprocket-hole damage). The low-point is the entire second-half, which recreates a turn-of-the-century minstrel show. It's embarrassing, but even if I were to ignore the out-dated blackface, it just plain isn't funny. Painfully corny. Then again maybe you'll like it. Who knows. But it does have the original... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, Minstrel Show, Blackface, Corny, General Electric, GE, Old, Black and...
Comedy television from over 60 years ago. Eddie Cantor stars in this atypical episode. Original 1952 commercials intact. A bit of blackface "mammy" stuff towards the end (don't worry, many other episodes of the series did feature actual Black acts). A nice 1950s relic. Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1950s, 50s, Fifties, Early Television, Eddie Cantor, Colgate Comedy Hour,...
Keesa and Djevna discuss the anniversary of the #MillionManMarch, the YouTube Effect, & why the “C” in Commitment just might stand for Credit. In this week’s 360 topic, ”Reclaim Your Name” (34:27), they talk Raven Symoné’s latest bout of foot in mouth disease when she stated on air that she won’t hire people with “ghetto” names on The View. They explore the cultural significance of names and society’s stigmas surrounding non westernized or typically American names.... Topics: talk, podcast, #JusticeOrElse, Million Man March, Jail, Prisons, Childcare, Babysitting, Women,...